Discusses courtesy in connection with invitations, telephone conversations, introduction and entertaining guests. 19:50:59:10 VS kids in early teens with guardians tour class exhibit on courtesy; poster in background read “Be Courteous” and “Courtesy is Consideration.” 19:51:30:14 CU painted sign of stomping feet, text reads “Be Courteous, Walk Softly,” camera pans to poster with illustration boy pulling out chair for old woman with cane, text reads “Be Courteous,” posters of...
ALICE, JERRY & EDDIE LEARN THRU EVERYDAY INCIDENTS AT PLAY & AT SCHOOL HOW DISPUTES CAN BE SETTLED BY COMPROMISE, BY OBEYING RULES, BY FINDING FACTS, OR BY FINDING OPINIONS, ACCORDING TO WHAT IS INVOLVED.
Shows how people, faced with the possibility or reality of being infected with venereal disease, cope with their individual situations Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Venereal diseases, Sexual hygiene Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Instructs children how to care for toys, clothing and other property; to have a definite place to keep belongings, and how to store and handle possessions properly. ( 8 reviews ) Topic: Social guidance
Dramatizes the story of a father, who, after finding himself at a loss for words at a public meeting, follows his son's lead and starts a campaign of vocabulary improvement. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Literacy, Words, Self-improvement
Six-year-old Betty visits a poultry farm, where she helps feed the chickens, sees them at various stages of development, watches a boy clean the eggs for market, sees eggs being gathered, and watches a truck bring grain and take the eggs away. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact email@example.com for more information
"Explains the card cataloguing and the Dewey Decimal systems in use in a library and shows how detailed understanding of library organization assists in better studying and better use of time. " ( 2 reviews ) Topics: library, dewey decimal system
Discusses the values of friendships and how to make and keep friends. Joey learns to make friends with Barney and Betty. DIRECTOR: Ted Peshak; CAMERA: Dale Sharkey; WRITER: George Tychsen; EDITOR: Ace Moore; NARRATOR: Eloise Kummer; AUTHORITY: Elizabeth B. Carey, Ph.D., Supervisor, Bureau of Instructional Supervision, University of the State of New York . This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact...
EXPLAINS FORMS & PURPOSES OF SOCIAL LETTERS, PRINCIPLES OF LETTER WRITING. TEENAGE BOY AND SISTER SIT AT DINING ROOM TABLE WRITING THANK YOU LETTER TO GRANDPARENTS FOR VACATION STAY (FLASHBACKS). LISTS 5 PARTS OF FRIENDLY LETTER. ( 2 reviews )
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BOY LEARNS HOW & WHERE TO ASK GIRL FOR DATE, & WHERE TO TAKE HER FOR GOOD TIME WITHOUT SPENDING TOO MUCH MONEY OR BEING BORED BY COMMERCIALIZED AMUSEMENTS. 07:28:24:00 - 07:29:01:00 MLS 2 teenage boys walking along, tossing ball back and forth (trees in BG); pan across to CU girl waving o.s.; boy drops ball as he waves back; girl walks toward house; VS boy watching her as she walks; boy throws ball o.s. 07:29:02:00 - 07:31:39:00 MS 2 teenage boys enter house; one lays...
A group of teenagers on a high-school radio program discuss just what capitalism is, seizing onto the example of the butcher who supplies the weenies for their picnic. With Mickey Hugh (Ray Bennett); Franklyn Ferguson (John Howell). Educational Collaborator: James Harvey Dodd, Ph.D., Head, Department of Economics and Business Administration, Mary Washington College, University of Virginia. ( 4 reviews ) Topic: Economics
Phil (Dick York), new in his high school, follows his father's suggestion and observes the most popular students to determine what makes them popular. By offering to help others he becomes popular himself and sheds his shyness. ( 15 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Teenagers
This film deals with such teen-age behavior problems as smoking, drinking, and love-making and discusses the ways of saying "no" in such situations and still maintaining status and keeping friends. The film opens in front of a curtain on a stage. A spotlight shines on Bill, who serves as discussion leader and introduces the subject of how to say "no" and still keep your friends. Addressing the audience, Bill raises the curtain and reveals the members of the discussion panel... ( 1 reviews )
Korean War-era film points out that military service should be understood as part of citizenship and that training in the everyday duties of citizenship is a part of the preparation for military service. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Korean War, Citizenship
Examines each step of incorporation and listing of stock. Illustrates the details of buying and selling operations on the exchange floor and in the broker's office, showing how these operations bring to land, labor and management the necessary capital for production. ( 1 reviews )
DOTTY, ON A TRAIN BY HERSELF, REFLECTS BACK ON FIRST YEAR OF MARRIED LIFE. FLASHBACKS DRAMATIZE SOME OF THE MAJOR PROBLEMS THAT AROUSE BETWEEN PETE & DOTTY; THEIR FIRST APARTMENT, ARGUMENTS, RESPONSIBILITIES, DECISIONS, FINANCIAL & PERSONAL ADJUSTMENTS.
JIM PREPARES A CIVICS REPORT ON LABOR UNIONS. HE USES FOUR DIFFERENT TYPES OF READING: SCANNING, RAPID READING, CAREFUL SLOW READING & RE-READING. HE ORGANIZES HIS INFORMATION, COLLECTS FURTHER DATA, WRITES HIS REPORT. ( 3 reviews )
EXPLAINS FORMS & PURPOSES OF SOCIAL LETTERS, PRINCIPLES OF LETTER WRITING. TEENAGE BOY AND SISTER SIT AT DINING ROOM TABLE WRITING THANK YOU LETTER TO GRANDPARENTS FOR VACATION STAY (FLASHBACKS). LISTS 5 PARTS OF FRIENDLY LETTER.
Are You Ready for Marriage? was produced to stem the epidemic of youthful, impetuous, and unsuccessful marriages following World War II. The Coronet catalog entry for the film reads: "A very young couple have just about decided to elope since the girl's parents object to the marriage. However, they first decide to talk over their problem with the marriage counselor at the church. During this talk they find that they really don't know too much about each other, and the counselor suggests... ( 1 reviews )
TEACHER PRESENTS A BOOK ABOUT A BUNNY. SHIFTS TO A REAL RABBIT LEAVING HIS TREE HOME FOR A DAY OF ADVENTURE. HE MEETS A RACCOON, OWL, VISITS A FARM WHERE HE EATS IN THE GARDEN, LOOKS AT CHICKENS, PIGS, OTHER RABBITS & FARM DOG. ( 3 reviews )
Discusses the qualities of a good citizen and the role of Democratic institutions with which he is concerned. 20:01:20 Checklist For Good Citizen 20:02:02 CU Hand filling out tax forms 20:04:15 Father figure talking to young boy: "Look, ignorance of the law is no excuse. Whether you break a law through ignorance or carelessness or wickedness, it's all lawbreaking."
DEMONSTRATES LIGHT AS A FORM OF RADIANT ENERGY. EXPLAINS THE PRINCIPLES OF REFLECTION & REFRACTION & SHOWS HOW THESE PRINCIPLES APPLY TO THE SCIENCE OF OPTICS. SHOWS HOW 2 BOYS ON EARLY A.M. FISHING TRIP DISCOVER PRINCIPLES OF REFLECTION AND REFRACTION OF LIGHT THROUGH SIMPLE EXPERIMENTATION. DIAGRAMS EXPLAIN THE OPERATION OF CAMERA & HUMAN EYE. ( 1 reviews )
A high school boy primarily concerned with automobiles, dates, and parties learns from his father's example that ideals are really based on honesty, sincerity, and good sportsmanship. ( 5 reviews ) Topic: Social guidance